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  • Taitung eyes South Korean market to enhance tourism ties

    Taitung’s City Government officials visit Seoul to promote the region’s unique cultural and natural attractions, aiming to attract more Korean tourists and enhance Taiwan-Korea tourism cooperation.
    2024/04/04 20:00
  • T’way Air revives Incheon-Taichung route, boosting tourism

    T’way Air has resumed operations on its Incheon-to-Taichung route, with the maiden flight carrying 189 passengers. Taichung City’s Tourism and Travel Bureau held a welcoming event for the inaugural flight and believes that reopening the route will deepen tourism exchanges between Taichung and Korea. Director Chen Mei-hsiu cited Taichung’s mild climate, convenient location, rich tourist resources, and food culture as attractions for Korean visitors. The Incheon-Taichung route, operating a Boeing 737-800, will have seven weekly flights, with daily round-trip service in winter. T’way Air is the third Korean airline operating the route, following Korean Air and Asiana Airlines. In 2023, the number of tourists traveling from Korea to Taiwan reached 470,000, ranking third after Japan.
    2024/01/05 17:49
  • Cross-strait tensions deter Japanese tourists to Taiwan

    The number of Japanese tourists visiting Taiwan has only recovered to 33% of pre-pandemic levels in the first half of 2023. One reason for this is the depreciation of the Japanese yen, but the major concern is the growing cross-strait tensions. The instability in the Taiwan Strait has created unease among Japanese tourists. Maintaining stability and peace in the Taiwan Strait is a key task for the new line-up of top government leaders. Another contributing factor to Japan’s decreased tourism in Taiwan is the rising interest in South Korea, including its Korean pop culture, local delicacies, casinos, and cosmetic surgery services, despite its more expensive cost to visit after the pandemic.
    2023/11/14 18:16
  • Typhoon Koinu leaves 45k homes without power in Pingtung

    Typhoon Koinu caused power outages for 45k households in Pingtung County. Strong winds and fallen utility poles leave 23,000 homes without electricity. Kenting’s streets suffer damage with toppled vendor stalls and signage, with South Korean tourists rescued by a media crew amidst the turbulent weather.
    2023/10/05 19:38
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